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Jonas Geduldig

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Jonas Geduldig

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Jonas creates software for television graphics and also develops applications to help TV producers curate social media posts and photos and display this content live on air. He maintains github.com/geduldig/TwitterAPI, a popular open source Python package that makes it easier to use the Twitter API.

 

What your favorite aspect of the Twitter Developer Platform?

The online documentation and forum are my favorite parts of Twitter's platform.

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Gen Ashley

Gen is a Lead for Twitter Developer Community London and is also the Director of Women Who Code London.  She is a very active leader in the Tech community in London and devotes a lot of her time supporting women in tech initiatives.   Aside from her involvement with Women Who Code she is a Lead for Google Women Techmakers, NASA Space Apps Challenge and  She is also part of the leadership committee for Ada's List (a network for women in technology). She is co-organiser of COED:CODE, OpenTechSchool London and London Game Developers. She was the Head of Developer Outreach at Skills Matter and a former VP / Business Development Manager / Project Manager at Citigroup. In 2016 Gen helped lead Anita Borg Institute London and was actively instrumental in delivering the very first 1-Day Grace Hopper Conference in Europe which was held in London.

 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

I have a natural love for the Twitter platform and it's one of the social media platforms I use very often.   I always want to keep up to date with what's happening in the Tech world and Twitter gives me a very quick way of getting an overview of what's happening out there.   Being involved as one of the leads gives me the opportunity to see how the Twitter platform is developing and gives me a chance to share that information (through talks (by experts we engage) & workshops) with other developers who are also keen on seeing how Twitter develops even further.

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Angus Fox

Angus creates successful software products for mobile devices. As CTO @PiotaApps he created a low cost app platform based on industry leading tools producing hundreds of apps for Android and iOS for the education sector. @multizone he provides product management and development services for clients. (300inc spaces).

 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

Since taking over the running of the very first independent Twitter development community in the world in 2009 Angus has had a passion for the London Twitter development community and has run meet-ups ever since. With support from Twitter the London Twitter development community aims to be able to provide clarity about what technologies from Twitter can benefit a project or product, and what should be avoided, as well as excellent best practice examples from within the community and comprehension of Twitter's public developer roadmap.

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Don Sheu

I cofounded PuPPy (Puget Sound Programming Python) three years ago. I also run PyCon Startup Row for the Python Software Foundation at PyCon. Startup Row features early-stage companies at PyCon with free booth space. I love organizing developer community events. Over the past 36 months, I have served my attendees over 15k tacos and equivalents. I have two day jobs. One is Pythonic Ventures an early-stage fund focused on outstanding engineers founding companies. Second professional practice is 10two1, where I offer companies seeking to open up engineering centers in Seattle a branch office in a box.

 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

Without the Twitter platform, I would have never built PuPPy so quickly from 0 to 4300 members. Twitter is also where how I found many of our notable speakers. As I found connection with the community I wanted to know, I hope that running our TwitterDev Community in Seattle will help you find your community also.

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Alan Vezina

Alan is a community organizer (PyCascades Conference, Puget Sound Programming Python), software engineer, and giant nerd living in the wonderful city of Seattle. When not running events he spends his time riding his bike, writing code for one of his many side projects, and fermenting things.

 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

I decided to help organize the Seattle Twitter Dev meetup because I enjoy helping with high-quality community-focused meetups, and am a heavy Twitter user.

 

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Karthik Kamalakannan

Karthik is a community enthusiast from Chennai, India. He has been involved in building communities for the past 10 years. Currently serving as the CEO of Skcript.

 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

I believe in collaborative learning. I believe in what Twitter stands for as a company, which has created a ton of opportunities for developers across the world to build great products and tech on top of various Twitter platforms. With TwitterDev, I want to create a platform that would bring all the local developers together and encourage collaborative learning. I believe that TwitterDev could cause a ripple effect in creating something good with Twitter for people down the line.

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Joan Osogo

Born into poverty, I grew up in the slums of Huruma, in Nairobi Kenya. Although life in the slums was tough, I excelled in school and upon completing High School, I opted to leave Kenya and live and work as an Au Pair in Paris, France. Fate would have me eventually travel to the US where my hard work, determination and zeal for life were recognized and rewarded. In 2007, I volunteered for the Presidential election of then Senator Barack Obama and got a real life experience of how organizations are run from the grassroots up! In 2009, I enrolled at the University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business,  from where I graduated with a Business degree. I am passionate about business and entrepreneurship.

 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

Twitter has become the source of news and information for our generation, we no longer have to physically rally people together, with the click of a hash tag we can converge and discuss pertinent issues! We recently had a highly contested election in Kenya, and via Twitter, I was able to follow the elections frame by frame without once turning on the television! Getting the opportunity to cement Twitter's presence in Sub Saharan Africa was an honor, because as a community organizer, having a platform that evens out the playing field while giving each citizen an opportunity to make their opinion heard is of utmost importance.

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Saurabh Jain

Saurabh is founder of Fun2Do Labs which believes in the motto - 'Ideas for making education FUN!'. Fun2Do Labs is an EdTech venture which is pioneering Maker movement for kids in India. Fun2Do Labs also builds transmedia educational content for kids. Saurabh blogs at https://fun2dolabs.com .

 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

I believe in the power of community. Twitter is one of the largest online communities. As a developer I wanted to connect fellow developers to Twitter's headquarters and to other fellow developers. I think my efforts are finally bearing some fruits.

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Nargiza Abdubalieva

Nargiza Abdubalieva is one of top 4% participants of the TechWomen Program (for women in STEM) that is an Initiative of the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. Nargiza had her mentorship at Twitter HQ in San Francisco. She is an official Twitter Developer Community Leader in Kyrgyzstan and CIS countries. Nargiza is a founder and CEO of Colibri Studio technology company that develops educational games and animated movies for kids. She is a regular guest speaker for high school and university students. Recently Nargiza along with a team of five people (Incubasia LAB) brought 12 mentors from the leading Silicon Valley companies to Kyrgyzstan to hold a 5-days training session on Social Entrepreneurship designed by Uncharted (formerly Unreasonable Institute). Nargiza is passionate about innovation, community building and startups.

 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

I decided to create and lead my local Twitter Developer Community while my internship at Twitter HQ. I was really inspired by all the great Twitter products for developers and was striving to share best practices in my community and let Kyrgyz developers learn more about the Twitter Platform.

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Abraham Williams

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Abraham Williams

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An experienced developer, start-up founder, and international speaker, Abraham brings a broad range of skills to his current role as a senior developer at Bendyworks. He is a top 1% contributor at Stack Overflow, a Googler Developer Expert, and maintainer of TwitterOAuth.

 

Why I love the Twitter Developer Platform:

The Twitter Platform makes it so easy to put your finger on the communications pulse of the world!

 

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John Calistro

John believes education is the solution for everything. He is a GTD enthusiast, a software developer for 3 decades, has a degree in accounting and data processing, and in his free time loves to play with his daughter (human) and his son (K9) and go out with his wife. He also follows a lot of TV series.

 

Why I love the Twitter Developer Platform and lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

Diversity I believe is the thing I like most on the Twitter Developer Platform, we can do everything from displaying tweets to authentication, from ads to streaming, easy to implement and powerful.

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Fernando Rychelewski

Chief Architect Latin America, Community Manager and Enterprise Warchief at IBM. IT Specialist with over 17 years of developer experience; 8 years in Project Management in Web / Cloud architectures; Organizer of over 14 Brazilian Developer Communities; 15 years of experience with design; Owner of an adventures travel company.

 

Why  I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

Twitter is an awesome way to people interact and collaborate, and that's what communities is all about! Putting both together in a city like São Paulo that has plenty of developers is incredible!

 

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Frank Arrigo

Melbourne Twitter Developer Community

Community Leader

Frank Arrigo

Community Leader

Frank Arrigo is responsible for Evangelism & Ecosystem Engagement, in Telstra’s Technology Innovation & Strategy group, based out of the office of the CTO. Frank originally joined the Telstra Software Group, and was responsible for Telstra’s API Strategy. Before Telstra, Frank was with Microsoft for 22 ½ years, where he most recently was a Principal Technical Evangelist in Microsoft’s Developer & Platform Evangelism (DPE) field evangelism team. Frank had been based in Seattle from 2007 to 2011 where he led the Technical Evangelist community for DPE. Frank joined Microsoft Australia in May 1991, and held a variety of roles within the company over the years, ranging from being the first CTO of the ninemsn joint venture in Australia, driving Windows Media business development in Asia Pacific, and managing the early technology trials of Microsoft’s Interactive TV in Seattle. Outside of work, Frank has four digital natives, who keep him on his toes; an awesome wife, who puts up with him; and a blindly optimistic supporter of the St Kilda Football Club.

 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

Since joining twitter way back in December 2006, I’ve been a raving fan and a daily twitterer. I've also been a big community connection guy, and during my time at Microsoft I had the chance to work with wonderful community leaders who were doing cool stuff with technology. This has inspired me create a new community of Twitter Developers in Melbourne. It's still early days, but I’m hopeful to grow the community.

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Imaya Dismas

My name is Dismas Imaya and I am a full-stack Software Developer, currently living in Nairobi, Kenya. I am both self-driven and self-motivated, and am constantly experimenting new technologies and techniques. I am very passionate about Android Development and strive to better myself as a developer, and the development community as a whole seeking to revolutionize the IT industry and create positive social change.

I have a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from University of Nairobi. My primary focus and inspiration for my studies is Android Development. I am proficient in Java for Android. I am experienced in both front (HTML/HTML5, CSS/CSS3 and JavaScript) and back-end development(PHP). I am also proficient in SQL/MSQL. I have also worked on Python projects, and I have used the language to create Desktop Applications using PyQt Framework. In my free time, I play a flute and learn French.

 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

I had the opportunity to attend a #TapIntoTwitter session at NairobiTechWeek 2016, I developed a strong interest on data on Twitter Platform. I was amazed by how this data can be put into use to make a major positive impact in the society. I thought of several challenges affecting my city and tweeted by people right from terrorism to flooding caused by improper dumping and drainage strategies adapted by the County government. We brainstormed on what Developers can do. This when an opportunity came up. The Twitter Team was looking for Community Leaders to spearhead the Nairobi Twitter Developers Community. This was an opportunity that I couldn’t let go. A chance to bring together developers to practice and learn more about the Twitter Platform.

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Hector Borras

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Hector Borras

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Mathematician and software developer. Always improving himself, learning and trying to find the best solution. Working with PHP the last five years. Creator and maintainer of Twitter Ads API PHP SDK, an open source project to help integrate with Twitter Ads API. Loves helping other developers.

 

Why I love the Twitter Developer Platform:

The best aspect about the Twitter Developer Platform is its community. Is awesome you can be in contact directly with Twitter engineers, and also with other developers that always help you.

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Ryan Bell

Ryan A Bell is a community builder who loves all things Twitter.  In 2015 he started the first Periscope Summit and brought together hundreds of emerging livestreaming influencers.  He speaks on tech, marketing and social media all over the world and has a good time doing it.  You can follow him at @Ryan_A_Bell.  He’d love that.

 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

First and foremost I'm a diehard Twitter fan. When I had the opportunity to lead the LA community I didn't hesitate. It was a way to be involved with and help grow a community of groundbreakers. I've absolutely loved every Meetup we've done so far and I am so excited to be a part of the communities growth.

 

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JP Driver

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JP Driver

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My name's JP, and I'm a software developer. I studied Computer Science at Uni, and now live and work in Central London. I've worked for ad tech platforms, digital marketing agencies, and I've just recently joined a digital consultancy focusing mainly on large-scale web platforms and mobile apps.

 

Why I love the Twitter Developer Platform:

More so than any other competitors, Twitter's Dev Platform seems to emphasise inclusion. Between the meetups, the forums, and the samples, it's so easy for anyone to dive in and build something great.

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David Sanchez

David has a degree in Computer Science and more than 15 years of experience developing web apps, most of the time using .NET languages and frameworks. In 2012 he launched a product called Tuitele, a dashboard for spanish TV stations to analyse the conversation about their shows in Twitter. Two years later, Kantar Media acquired his company to take Tuitele worldwide. Tuitele became InstarSocial, and now they measure the Twitter Social TV worldwide.

 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

After 5 years using the Twitter API I decided to create the Barcelona's Twitter Developer Community to meet other people using the Twitter Developers products and to help other developers to build their products."

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Supreeth Bharadwaj

I am a developer from Bengaluru, trying to make the most out of life. Developer (Ruby,Python,and web;PHP), blogger, certified inbound marketer, you name it I make it.

 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

I wanted to bring the Twitter developer community together to live code, meet each other, learn and exchange hobbies with each other as well as really get to know about Twitter’s APIs from each other.

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Joshua Atkins

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Joshua Atkins

Technology Expert

Based in Yorkshire, Joshua simply loves bringing the world together with Twitter embedded at his core from the community to the localisation.

 

Why I love the Twitter Developer Platform:

The Twitter API for its consistency, its secure approach and foremost because it plays an integral role in connecting millions of users to their circle – friends, family and supporters!

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Steve Blackmon

Steve Blackmon is an engineer/entrepreneur from Austin who spends a lot of time wrangling social data as VP Technology at People Pattern and previously Director of Data Science at W2O Group   Steve is the PMC Chair of Apache Streams, open-source (Java) software which collects digital profiles and online activities and unifies them via common formats and vocabularies.  Steve also organizes the Austin Data Meetup and Blue Squad for Texas.

 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

I decided to help organize the Austin Twitter Developer Meetup because I love Twitter.  I want to bring together all of the great Austin companies and developers building on Twitter to learn from each other  and generate opportunities them to discover opportunities for jobs and other collaborations.

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Jake Strang

Jake is originally from Madison, Wisconsin and is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis- class of 2014- with majors in math and physics and minors in computer science, Spanish, and psychology. He has worked with three Arch Grants winning startups across the medical, marketing, and movie industries. After spending some time in consulting, he moved to Chicago in early 2016 to work as a platform engineer for Sprout Social. Today he primarily works on Sprout’s social media analytics products and tools as a member of their reporting squad. Outside of development work, Jake is on a salsa dance team, writes and plays music, and enjoys biking and snowboarding.

 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

I first came across the Twitter developer communities and decided to get involved through my work with Sprout Social. We work closely with Twitter and many of the other social media giants, and Twitter in particular captured my interest due to the open and searchable nature of their platform and data. With my math background I have a strong interest in data analytics and big data, and Twitter is a unique intersection of those interests with a public and social space. The developer community itself felt like a good fit for me because my original plan was to get into teaching, and this is an exciting way to connect with others and spread information and learn by both speaking and listening; it fills that drive to both teach and to remain a lifelong student by learning from others and encouraging that curiosity.

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Mohi Us Sunnat

It’s Mohi from Bangladesh. Entrepreneur and Founder of DreamOgrammerS. Android app developer and trainer since 2013. Community building is Mohi’s passion. Tech Event/Workshop Organizer. Interested in Android, IoT, latest technologies and gadgets. During free time, he enjoys spending time with friends and family.

 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

This platform isn’t used or taught here in Bangladesh at a scale to be noticed among university students or the developer community. I wish to help nurture and build a community who understands the Twitter API and how to build with it.

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Jerod Moore

Jerod is a developer who lives in Austin, Tx. Sometimes he writes apps, like goKittr. He likes vintage tech, cats, and piano music. Usually he likes to write PHP, Angular and vanilla JS. He specializes in making data look cool and engaging. He has worked for people like Texas A&M and Radiant RFID.

 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

Twitter has an API that makes Jerod smile. It is massive, well documented, and just plain works. The ability to message succinctly is a turn-on which Jerod aims to spread in Austin.

 

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Pooran Prasad

Founder of WhatElse. Former CTO of GreyNubo. Consulting Architect for handful of companies. Microsoft & TwitterDev MVP.

 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

Twitter is something where one looks for news, announcements, events, opinion, sentiment, brand promotion, support, marketing, etc. How can you harness the power of Twitter through code is what we want to explore through this community.

 

 

 

 

 

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Shahul Hameed

Engineer by degree and Tech Evangelist by passion. Loves technology, books and travel. Believes communities are the best way to build an ecosystem. 

 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

To facilitate periodic gatherings of the best technology minds in the ecosystem to enable knowledge sharing and networking. 

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Patrick Callahan

Social Data Community

Community Leader

Patrick Callahan is the founder of CompassRed Data Labs in Wilmington Delaware and San Francisco. CompassRed is a data and analytics company made up of data scientists tackling some of the world’s most fascinating problems. He is the Organizer of Social Media Data and Analytics Groups in San Francisco, New York, Washington DC, Boston, London, Berlin and Paris. He is also the co-founder of The Data Lab podcast, and co-author of "Engage Your Brand: How smart companies are using Social Media to Drive their Business Forward”.

 

Why I lead social data meetups in partnership with Twitter:

The network of Social Data meetups is intended to bring to light some of the most amazing case studies that use the social data in new and creative ways. From leveraging Twitter’s Firehose for detecting food born viruses, to new advances in deep leaning and image recognition in social data, the Social Data meetups bring together celebrated practitioners that contribute great learnings to the world of social data.

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Jason Hill

Jason is a data scientist at CA Technologies and has been using Twitter data as a hobby for years to analyze sports and other large scale events.

 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

I decided to get in to the Twitter Developer Community because Twitter, specifically the streaming API, was my introduction to big data and remains to be a big open and free playground for exploring data. 

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Elizabeth Tejeda

Elizabeth is a first-year graduate student at the University of Denver pursuing a M.S. in Information and Communications Technology focused on Software Design and Programming. As a communicator-turned-programmer, Elizabeth has refined her craft as a strategic communicator at the local, state, national, and collegiate level. Upon entering tech, she’s made strides to actively impact Colorado’s tech field as a community volunteer for Google Developers Group Denver and Google Women Techmakers. She is passionate about revolutionizing the tech field and opening doors for underrepresented communities.

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

There are few topics that excite me more than technology – everything about tech makes me gleam. Yet, there’s nothing quite as exhilarating than collaborating with developers and creating a community of shared knowledge. I lead Boulder’s Twitter Developer Community because I believe in the power of Twitter’s APIs, brand, and mission: Give everyone the power to create and share ideas and information instantly, without barriers. 

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Usman Idris

Usman is a member of Google Developer circle as well an officer at Google Developers Group, Lafia. He works at the Federal University of Lafia in the CS departement.

 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

Usman wants to start a community so that he can meet cool and smart people in technology and to explore Twitter developer products and API's

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Luis Artola

Luis is cofounder and CTO of VozTV. He is passionate about building engaging mobile user experiences from the ground up. In the past 2 decades he has developed technology for companies like Digital Domain, Disney Animation and Sony.

 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

I attended the #HelloWorld meetup in LA and discovered great tools and APIs from Twitter. I was highly motivated by the crowd and I wanted to help gathering fellow LA developers and entrepreneurs regularly.

 

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Josh Brown

Josh is a software developer, entrepreneur, and community organizer based in Vancouver, Canada. 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

He is passionate about open developer platforms and works as a developer evangelist at Hootsuite. You can follow him on Twitter @joshubrown or catch his articles on the Hootsuite developers blog: https://developer.hootsuite.com/v1.0/blog

 

 

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Daniel Green

Daniel is a Virtual Reality Developer and Google Expert 360 Photographer. His team at WestwayVR focuses on ways Car Dealers and other Vehicle Retailers can use mobile web, VR, & AR to save their customers time & frustration. He grew up in  Bethel, NY a few miles from the site of the 1969 Woodstock Music Festival. Today he lives in New York City with his wife and their two Cavapoo puppies.

 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

Daniel is a Virtual Reality Developer and Google Expert 360 Photographer. His team at WestwayVR focuses on ways Car Dealers and other Vehicle Retailers can use mobile web, VR, & AR to save their customers time & frustration. He grew up in  Bethel, NY a few miles from the site of the 1969 Woodstock Music Festival. Today he lives in New York City with his wife and their two Cavapoo puppies.

 

 

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Ran Margaliot

Ran is a passionate technologist who loves solving challenges with a focus on the business world. He has co-founded Commun.it, a leading Social Media Management service that enables hundreds of thousands of businesses to grow and connect to their customers on social media. Ran has been developing for and with Twitter for over 5 years now. Ran is also a CTO in residence in The Hive incubator, where he mentors and advises to early-stage startups.

 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

Why I decided to lead the Twitter community: From early on, I've been passionate about Twitter and its ability to connect people and businesses around the world. In Commun.it, we've been helping businesses communicate authentically and effectively on Twitter for years. I also love helping and mentoring the next generation of startups. Leading the Twitter Developer Community in Israel allows me to combine these two passions, and I can't wait foster the local Twitter ecosystem, encourage and connect with new startups that are building on and for Twitter, and take part in the next wave of the ecosystem's growth.

 

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Michael Vilabrera

Michael Vilabrera, iOS Developer Consultant, adventurous foodie and cinema fanatic

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

I love the Twitter and use it daily. I would love to see more iOS Engineers take advantage of the amazing platform Twitter offers!

 

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Nozumi Okuma

Nozomi is one of the leaders  for Twitter Developer Community in Tokyo. She worked for a crowdsource translation startup Anydoor then went into journalism. She wrote articles for startups and technology news blog “TechCrunch Japan”. She has been the project manager of TechCrunch Japan’s annual event “TechCrunch Tokyo 2017” where over 2500 entrepreneurs, developers, investors participated. She is also a professional English-Japanese translator. 

Why I lead my local Twitter Developer Community:

Twitter has been my favorite social media as it enables me to connect with friends and gets me updated with latest news happening in the community. Twitter has a large user base in Japan and I believe there are a lot of potential for developers to utilize Twitter’s technology to build and enhance their products.